Suavity's Mouthpiece releases a collection of 20 singles from past releases, spanning his entire reportoire of avant-pop, avant-garde music. Most of this collection is vocals set to acoustic and electric guitars, ambient keyboards, swirling with effects and 1980s romanticist imagery in his lyrics. Reminiscent of acts like The The mixed with a little Morissey, Suavity's Mouthpiece sets a surrealist mood with his mostlyt drum-free compositions drowned in reverb and delay.
The beauty lies in the simplicity of his palette. For example, in "The Rapture Incarnate" flutes, piano and strings interplay with strummed guitar as the singer swims in a sea of echo. In "I Call it Madness, but You Call it Love" every genre of music weaves in and out like someone switching radio stations.
It's theatric, it's neo-classical, it's anything but mainstream pop. And that reason alone should inspire you to check out these 20 tracks from Suavity's back catalogue.